Schedule: 6+ tip
Hours per week: 80-85
Average tip : Approximately $ 5 per hour but varies greatly from month and shifts
Set up -ing tables and bring food from the kitchen . Very much like to . 12 to 17 hours a day but only if you want it . No one is forcing you
Wage per hour 6 $ 9 $ 10 $
Hours per week: 70-85
Average tip (weekly):
Housekeeping- hourly rate $ 9 cleaning the common bathrooms, making beds and cleaning the lobby .. It can be really hard, everything depends on the crowd and guests .. I was met with various abominations. As for the tips - it's an unwritten rule. Once I get more money when we have 4 rooms than when we have a full hotel. On weekends for me last year was min. $ 40 a day while this year we barely collected $ 15-20 .. All in all I recommend housekeeping because you know how much money you get per hour, Bussing-hourly rate was $ 6 + tip, which in the season for 350 people (weekends, dinner) is max. $ 45 .. For breakfast I have received from $ 4-12; sometimes you get on the side of the server that I work with .. pour water when guest comes, bring bread for dinner, taking plates when guests end up with a meal, clean the table when the guest leaves and set for the next guest (of course, there are countless more commitments that are made in the meantime-supplying clean silverware, plates, polishing time, etc.). Hostess- hourly rate 10 $ - eternal smile on your face and ready to answer the most stupid questions that guests ask. Guest accommodations at the table, you need to know which tables are clean, who a when set for wich table, to fulfil guests wishes wehre they want to sit... Relatively, all three jobs are physically demanding, mentally Houskeeping is the best because there is not much contact with guests who can be very annoying, arrogant and rude
My employer, Brett, was more than friendly. He had several facilities and immediately offered me another job. Everything was according to regulation. I had accommodation with him, there was not much l...
Since I came later, the only free position was for the cashier. In short, in one place you stand 6-8 hours, you have 15 minutes break, and then you sit for the first time. They do not give enough hour...